Sat Nam! (Literally "Truth Name"--a Sikh greeting)
Machair: a Scottish word for a fertile plain, used by both Scots and non-Scots especially to mean a meadow by the coast.
To clarify a wee bit, machair is Gaelic, and in Gaelic it means fertile plain, but in broader use it's come to mean a very specific coastal landscape. Machair features a lot in the Hebrides. When it flowers it's very pretty!